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Feb 16, 2021 - 6:36pm
I do not know if this was known to others here, but I just found out that the poster known here as duchamp passed away in September 2020.
Oh no! I remember her.she was from Florida. Do you have any info on what happened?
Found an obituary. Seems it was unexpected.
Deborah âDebbyâ Ann Orr (Barnes), age 71, of Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, passed away peacefully, at home, in her sleep on August 16, 2020.
Debby was born the oldest child of Donald and Dorothea Barnes of Butler, Kentucky. After deciding to leave her hometown, Debby thought she would never find a place as beautiful as the Kentucky countryside; that is until she discovered Walton County and fell in love with the natural landscape of Northwest Florida. Debby followed her passion of art and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Studio Art from the University of West Florida.
Deborah Orr leaves behind a legacy as an extraordinary potter with her specialty being creating bowls crafted from natural elements and finishing in a high-fire kiln. Debby not only loved making her art, she loved teaching her craft to others and giving back to her community. She was a beloved schoolteacher for the Walton and Okaloosa County School District and taught private classes at her personal art studio on her property.
She is preceded in death by her father, Donald R. Barnes (1963); and mother, Dorothea G. Barnes (2016).
Debby is survived by her three sons, Ryan Orr, Evan Orr (Grace), and William Orr (Brittnie); daughter, Elizabeth Orr (Tyson); six grandchildren, Seth, Blake, Harrison, Liam, Castle, Lucy; sister, Kimberly Barnes-OâConnor; and her two dogs, Peter Fredrick, and Darla Ann.
âEverything will be okay in the end. If itâs not okay, itâs not the end.â ~ John Lennon
A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, September 1 at 10AM at Point Washington Cemetery.
Arrangements and services are under the direction of Davis-Watkins Funeral Home and Crematory of DeFuniak Springs, Florida.
Scott! how did you guys manage the quarantine in your little house? did Justine or the kids get sick?
Well by the time I tested positive, I'd been fully symptomatic for 4 days, shedding inside our bubble all over the place. I'd tested negative a few days before that, which means absolutely nothing more than the timing wasn't right. So anyway by the time the results came back, we'd been in the same boat for a week. Augusta felt poorly and sent a test off after about day 3 of symptoms, but it was negative. Justine had some symptoms that seemed like what I had leading up to My Bad Week but we held off on the test because âsee aboveâ we didn't want to send it off too early. Charlie never had any symptoms. At this point we're assuming sort of that Augusta had it but is over it, Justine I still think might have a Bad Week in her future but that's seeming less likely every day. So I'm just lucky.